FAQs

FAQs

  • What are GROW’s primary activities? basic maintenance (workdays) of green roof and orchard, workshops, community plots, special events
  • How does GROW maintain the green space? planting of herbs, vegetables, pollinators (honey bees); weeding; watering; replace crowding or dead plants
  • What types of workshops does GROW host? orchard pruning, composting, indoor air cleaning plant growth and education, mushroom inoculation
  • Does GROW host special events within the Nicholas School? Yes! Β Check out the upcoming events page for further information. Prior events include Eno Magazine Release Party, educational sessions/classes, meetings and mixers, and tours for alumni, admitted students, and the Board of Trustees.
  • What are some of the future goals of GROW? Using other spaces other than the rooftop such as the mezzanine (indoors) and adding beautification to the Nicholas School of the Environment building (Environmental Hall). Β Adding furniture and redesigning the layout are the two current goals for the rooftop.